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Excellent Analysis

Peter Vogel

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Delivering information as a report may not be enough for your users—they may want to manipulate, analyze, and otherwise

 

explore the data. Unfortunately, for that you need Excel. Editor Peter Vogel shows you how to create an Excel spreadsheet that

 

includes

 

Implementing Proactive User Assistance

Rebecca Riordan

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Article

 

A well-designed application provides help on several levels. Control captions, status bar text, and ToolTips provide passive

 

support. Progress meters, system messages, and traditional online Help provide reactive support. Both of these types of user

 

assis

 

Creating SQL Server Tables with Access Projects

Rick Dobson

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Article

 

In the future, Access developers are going to have to become familiar with SQL Server databases. Rick Dobson explains why

 

Access projects matter to you. He also shows you how your Access Jet knowledge maps to Access Data Projects by looking at a

 

fundament

 

Check, Please and Procedures in the Event of Problems... plus How can I change the size of the checkbox on my form

Doug Steele

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Access Answers

 

This month, Doug Steele looks at how to have larger checkboxes and how to deal with code that gets unlinked from the control

 

to which it’s supposed to be linked. How can I change the size of the checkbox on my form?

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